The 36in Designjet T920 and T1500 ePrinters have been designed by the manufacturer following “extensive engagement” with users to identify specific printing problems faced by designers in certain industries.

As a result, the printers enable users to view and print projects from the cloud in order to collaborate more easily with colleagues in different teams and different locations.

Both systems can deliver an A1/D-sized print in 21s, which the manufacturer claims is the fastest on the market, and feature integrated output-stacking trays built on top of the printers to deliver flat, collated prints.

The new models are the latest in HP’s Designjet range, which was first launched more than 20 years ago.

“Our customers constantly seek more efficient and user-friendly tools to bring their ideas to life,” said Ramon Pastor, HP’s vice-president and general manager of Large Format Printing.

“More than two decades after the launch of the first Designjet printer, HP continues to bring design, architecture, engineering and construction professionals large-format printing solutions with innovative features that transform the in-house printing process as well as allow users more time for creativity.”

Expected to be available worldwide from 8 July the list prices are estimated at €3,650 (£3,100) and €5,650 for the T920 and T1500 respectively.